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Scott Norwood
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5 reels
mono (density track)

print #2 is in lab-mint condition (2004 print by Foto-Kem), has handmade cues, and is red/blue anaglyph 3D; sound is low on R5

Universal Pictures

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System Notices
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It has been 4400 days since the last post.

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Manny Knowles
"What are these things and WHY are they BLUE???"

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35mm print reverses the conventional eye-color assignment -- we had to instruct the audience to flip them around before the show started.

DCP info

Available in 3D, but tonight we showed the 2D version. Timing and sound info ought to be the same for both.

DCP is labeled as F-133 but is actually 1.37AR
Sound is 2-channel -- decode as Lt/Rt if you can -- note some effects are panned!
TRT is 1:20:04
Credits are brief
LFOA 1:19:58 "Directed by Jack Arnold" (ftb)
......................(followed by MPAA rating card to 1:20:04)

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Mark J. Marshall
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I believe it was originally a three track mix (L / C / R) across the screen. Why would they mix that down to two tracks? I'd get a mono option but why go from 3 tracks to 2?

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Jack Theakston
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If this is the master that 3-D Film Archive delivered, we gave them a 3 channel master from the original mag. They had a 2-channel that was mixed for HV that sounded like garbage. Hope they didn't use that instead.

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